Which one do you think is better?
Which one do you use?
Which one has the best features?
Which one has the best visual?
Which one has the best performance?
That's probably because IE, being a part of Windows, is partly loaded on startup (using many of the same files as explorer.exe), though this poses the problem of stability and security. Switching from IE to Firefox takes longer than switching from Firefox to IE and back, thanks to the IE Tabs add-on.Why i also choose nto to use firefox though is because it takes longer to start up. Ive noticed this on many computers. If firefox made some kind of speed launcher, Id be there. Ie7 though does not work all the time, when i find a site that is like that i switch to firefox.
IE is only as secure as Firefox if you install a bunch of addons (which are hard to find for IE) and disable ActiveX. Also, it's far more susceptible to spyware and adaware unless you use programs like Spybot S&D to patch it up.IE is all I use except for cross-browser testing purposes. It loads up a lot faster, and is just as secure as firefox (regardless of what the hype says). I am personally sick of seeing everybody's firefox campaign ads on every website, signature, and forum on earth.
This was a Mozilla Suite feature back then, but I just looked in Firefox 3's options and you can now do it again. Still missing the HTML sidebar however...There are a couple features in IE that I like, like multiple tabs opening your bookmarks when IE starts, but thats the only good feature in IE
I agree , Ie is integrated with windows , and this makes it really vulnerable to maleware that u can find on wild web...IE is only as secure as Firefox if you install a bunch of addons (which are hard to find for IE) and disable ActiveX. Also, it's far more susceptible to spyware and adaware unless you use programs like Spybot S&D to patch it up.
I run every IE up to IE7 under Linux for testing purposes. But Flash is slow as hell in it.Hmmm.... I loved Firefox, but I met Opera. Opera is faster than Firefox, but still firefox cooperates pretty well with google apps and it has some cool features (like "add search engine" etc).
IE? naah, i am linux user don't know what are you talking about